I pulled out of a parking garage and into the stream of traffic. The light was red so I came to a complete stop. The vehicle in front of me began backing up - slowly. I honked my horn, but she hit me anyway. (she was on her cell phone) There is a dent on the driver side by the light where the quarter panel is pushed in and the light was knocked loose. She stopped and gave me her insurance information, but we did not call the police. (I checked into this and it was the right thing to do, I did not need to call the police). She was a nice woman and accepted responsibility for the accident. My husband tightened up the light and my dad says he can fix the dent good as new in about 5 minutes.
My question is this: Do I turn it into insurance? We have broad coverage so it would cost us nothing. We would likely get a payout from the insurance company that we could pocket. I all seems vaguely dishonest. What do you think?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:28 AM on Aug. 28, 2009 in Just for Fun
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